Andrea Valentini joins CPA’s NextGen Steering Group
Waterman are proud that Andrea Valentini, an Associate Director for Waterman Structures in London, has joined the City Property Association’s (CPA) NextGen Steering Group.
Launched to support the next generation of industry leaders, the steering group consists of talented young staff from CPA member companies who will promote debates on key topics, engage with industry stakeholders and encourage multidisciplinary collaboration to guide the future of the ever-evolving City.
A not-for-profit organisation, CPA represents major owners, occupiers, developers, investors and advisors to real estate in the City of London. With more than 150 member companies and 1,500 professionals from associated networks, CPA gives members exclusive access to industry events which represent a collective voice, informing on policies and helping drive the economic prosperity of the City.
Andrea has most recently been involved in the London Property Alliance’s (WPA and CPA) ‘Building Skills for the Future’ research project, alongside Future Places Studio, for which Waterman is a co-sponsor with Buro Four, Grosvenor GBI, Landsec and Macdonald & Company. The research team initiated an industry-wide survey that sought to explore how changes in the London property industry have impacted on the skillsets that are needed in London’s real-estate sector. The results are due to be launched in early 2020.
If you would like to learn more about the NextGen Steering Group, you can view CPA’s website here.